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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, November 1580, 1-10, 01 November 1580-30 November 1580

    messenger from the Sophy was still at Constantinople, having brought requests for the redeeming of 'Tiphlys,' and the razing of 'Carse,' a fortress lately made by the Turks on the frontier ; and thereon peace was to be concluded. These

    Index, K, 01 January 1579-31 December 1580

    Kaisar Luther, 142, 252, 320. Kars , 'Carse,' 482. Keeling , William, spoiled by French pirates, 10. Keerey , Kerry, d' Aubigny's Interpreter and Secretary, 327 bis , 447. Kelley , Thomas, captive in Spanish galley, 534. Kempton , ,

    Acts and Proceedings, 1564, June

    Thomas Scott of Abottishall; for Louthiane, the Lairds of Spot and Elphingstoun; for the West Land, the Lairds of Carnall, Carse, and Kelwood; for the Southland, the Lairds of Wedderburne and Andro Ker of Faudonsyde; for Galloway, the Laird of

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    Chief, of King's Bench, see Fleming Thos.; Coke, Sir Edw.; Montague, Sir Hen. Justices of Peace K. Kars , see Carse. Kay , John Rich Robt. Kaye , Thos. Keamish , Edw. Kebblewhite , Pet. Keeling , Wm. Keeper of Subscribers-only content

    Index, G, 01 June 1574-30 April 1581

    at the accusation of Morton, 576. Gourley , Robert: 285. Goudhurst (Gowdhurst), co. Kent: 9. Gowrie : lands in, 262. Carse of: lands in, granted to the Earl of Erroll, 258; Fowlis in, 262. Graham , Archibald, of Edinburgh: decree Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , , AI , : ~ - - - :StX &biaba an ~~ Ymse y neyddion o faeyrfeade- byniwyd yr wythnos ddiweddatfyn rhai pysig c -y rhai mwyaf pwyaig a 'dderbyniwyd o'r lie hwnw. Yr oeddym yn diegyvjl er'ls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wahmui W Orrbrrtba- iadau, gan ddango3 ri *^o.1 *r oedld 1i6irinii yr Y-Ir o ymgvsegrisd yehob i ylchi Dr. Parry, Carse, a cidynerleld Ifisyra2. 7 ge,3iir dweyd fod Defosien va ei ye i yr - ; -.gaf ye grysrtyr .^ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the 9th Number ofa Paper, printed in Glasgow on the 25tlt December last, called The Spirit of the Union.-William. Carse being interrogated, declared, that lie was in no way con- cerned in the printing of The Spirit of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    powerfuillooking young man living at Kirby Stepheni,wiho lodged them in prison. When arrested, they said their names were Kirk and Carse. Alexander M'leand being called on for his defence, protested his innocence : he said lie bad treated Blears, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a little quacking, in my master's great Goose House, at this SarEL and his cursed lrish gang of Incarnate Catholics. Carse their intolerant Catholic bigotry ! I wish every mother's son of them was fayed alive. Well, Sir, to come Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 February 1825, 17 February 1825

    beth Wellwood French or Hay, Spouse of Philip Hay v- Marshall; Esquire, late of Balmalcewan, and Charles Gray Esquire, of Carse, Captain Alexander Maconochie of the Royal Navy, and Alexander Pearson, Writer to the Signet, Trustees for Mrs. Hay and Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1826, 9 February 1826

    of Mrs. Elizabeth Well-wood French or Hay, Spouse of .Philip Hay Esquire, late of Balmakewan, and Charles Gray Esquire, of Carse, Captain Alexander Mac- honoche of the Royal Navy, and Alexander Pearson, Writer to the Signet, Trustees for Mrs. Hay Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1826, 22 March 1826

    Mrs. Eliza¬ beth Wellwood French or Hay, Spouse of Philip Hay Esquire, late of Balmalcewan, and Charles Gray Esquire, of Carse, Captain Alexander Maconochie of the Royal Navy, and Alexander Pearson, Writer to the Signet, Trustees for Mrs. Hay and Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1827, 8 February 1827

    Mrs. Grierson et Elizabeth Grierson otherwise Crichlon, residing at Friars al- against Carse, in the County of Dumfries, Relict of the deceased crichton- James Crichton of Friars Carse, Esquire ; William Grierson Esquire, residing in Dumfries, Second Son of Sir Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1827, 16 February 1827

    on the Hear- Marquess of Thomond. „ ing of Causes. Earl of Rosslyn. Lord Bishop of Bristol. Lord Carbery. 8G Carse o Gowrie Die Lunae, 19° Februarii 1827. DOMINI tarn Spirituales quam Temporales praesentes fuerunt: Epus. Dunelm. Epus. Bristol. Epus. Subscribers-only content

 

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